- the jaguar e-pace gets a new look and new features for 2021.
- inside is a new infotainment system with an 11.4-inch touchscreen.
- it starts at $42,045 for the p250 model and ranges up to $51,045 for the 300 sport trim level.
now that the xe is dead, the jaguar e-pace is the cheapest jaguar you can buy. as it takes on this new role, the small crossover gets a few updates for 2021 including freshened exterior styling and a new infotainment system. it now starts at $42,045, a $1045 increase compared with last year.
the e-pace's exterior changes include new headlights, a reshaped front bumper, a different grille pattern, and some tweaks to the rear end. there are also new wheels and a few other new trim options to round out the changes.
inside, the focal point is the new 11.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system. it uses jaguar's latest pivi pro software and aims to provide improved graphics and connectivity features. a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster is also available. a camera rearview mirror system is newly optional for 2021.
e-pace models start off with the $42,045 246-hp p250 s, which comes standard with all-wheel drive. the $47,145 p250 se model is better-equipped, while the $51,045 300 sport has a more powerful, 296-hp version of the turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four that's standard in all e-pace models.
the updated 2021 e-pace should reach jaguar dealerships within the next few months.